Takeout is lame. Just because you can't splurge on expensive meals, doesn't mean that you should compromise and sink to the levels of fast food. Oh, no, you are so much better than that. Luckily for y'all,
In the summer, nothing beats an ice cold sangria. In the winter, nothing beats a hot cocktail — like a cup of spiced mulled wine by the fire. Whether you’re hosting girl’s night in or cozying up to Netflix
If your SO’s apartment is completely decked out with book paraphernalia, or your new bestie has a travel bucket list of indie bookstores, then you might have to get a little creative when it comes to gifting.
When you’re planning the menu for your Thanksgiving or holiday party, appetizers can often fall by the wayside. Somewhere between the main course and dessert, you forgot about the little bites that get
Prepping for the big November feast is nothing to take lightly. Between reuniting with tons of relatives, arranging a killer Friendsgiving and planning the perfect Turkey Day tablescape, it can be tricky
4 Servings This zesty mayo dip would also go well with sliced red bell peppers and celery sticks before dinner; it’s amazing how many vegetables kids will eat when they’re actually hungry. March 2013Print
September is all about fresh starts, and if you’re looking for life advice, this month’s book picks are full of it. Whether you want it with a dose of humor (Mindy Kaling), from someone who is living dream
After two years of careful consideration, Robert McCrum has reached a verdict on his selection of the 100 greatest novels written in English. Take a look at his list A story of a man in search of truth
You just spent all morning and afternoon preparing a meal for your family and friends, and they’re set to arrive any minute now. Frantically running around the kitchen with food splattered on your apron
Fiction, memoir and books that blur the lines between both. Before the welcome downpour of anticipated fall books rolls in (a new Jonathan Franzen novel? The conclusion to Elena Ferrante's tear-jerking
Travel In these cities, beer is an integral part of culture and heritage. From the September 2010 issue of National Geographic Traveler With a declaration of “O’zapft is!” (It’s tapped!), Munich’s mayor
Written by Katie Meyers Thanks to chores that seem to multiply and endless to-do lists, the things I used to take for granted are now considered luxuries—and that includes scheduling a simple date night.